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Unitarian Universalist Association Students


United has a long tradition of relating to and working with Unitarian Universalist Association churches. UUA students value United for its open and inclusive stances and commitment to social justice. UUA graduates serve the church in a wide range of ministries throughout the country. Students will find a curriculum that satisfies the requirements of the denomination and offers these resources:

 
  • Two members of the staff and one trustee are Unitarian Universalist Association:
  • An opportunity to engage theologians from the UUA tradition as a routine part of academic work;
  • History and polity, as well as specific UUA courses, are offered on a regular basis by UUA adjunct faculty;
  • UUA clergy act as mentors to students in carefully chosen field placements;
  • UUA students, faculty, staff and clergy meet together in an ongoing discussion group;
  • Ecumenical worship at United means that UUA students, faculty, staff and clergy have the opportunity to lead worship in their own tradition as well as experience worship in a variety of styles and traditions;
  • Singing the Living Tradition is a worship resource at the seminary; and
  • All students at United have access to the seminary’s generous program of financial aid.

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“My own identity as a Unitarian Universalist has been affirmed and deepened while my understanding of liberal Christian theology has been greatly enriched. As a place where faith, reason, and action are integrated every day in class and in the UTS community, this seminary models what it teaches and has profoundly shaped my faith, my life, and my future ministry.”
– Karen Hering, M.Div. 2008

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